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LARD MACK PLAY Faculty Concert Presents Welcome LRegents Meeting
Variety Of Artistry And Material To Be Postponed
IS FIFTH OF DRAMAS Last night's faculty concert pres-i audible voice and precise enuncia MAIN ALOT AF Inability of Regent Sawyer To Be
violin quartetiunder thegthe auienceothis'latterTIESfRESEARCH
ented an unusual feature in a tion were heard and understood by With Rest of the Board IsGCHICAGOaGROUP
I rection of Mr. A. J. Whitmore. Two ity was evident in his English -[


Dope Addict Player Visits Detroit
Vice Dens to Find Proper
Coor for Role
"Kick In," Willard Mack's famous
drama of the underworld, will be
the fifth production of the summer
season to be presented by Play
Production's Michigan Repertory
players beginning at 8:15 o'clock
tonight in the Lydia Mendelssohn
theater, and continuing the rest of
the week.
This play which has been termed
the best of all crook plays met with
a tremendous success wherever it
has been offered. In the original
cast, the role of Chick Hekes was
taken by John Barrymore. The
melodrama is in four acts, and two
Both Prof. Chester M. Wallace
and Valentine B. Windt have di-
rected the staging of this week's
play. Professor Wallace is a per-
sonal friend of Willard Mack, the
In preparation for taking the
role of Charlie, the dope addict, one
member of Play Production spent
a day in Detroit, visiting the many
opium and other dope dens. A
member of the Narcotic squad of'
the Detroit police conducted the
visitation, which revealed the prop-
er method one should adopt who is
to be a true fiend, to properly
take the dope and react under its
The Ann Arbor police department
has cooperated with the Repertory
group in the development of this
drama of crime by acting in the
capacity of technical adviser.
Extensive study has been made
by several large industrial concerns
of the problem of obtaining accur-


groups of rather uninteresting
musical selections were played with
a noticeable lack of good ensemble.
Mr. Carl Lindgren, the basso so-
loist, assisting the program, sang
one group of typical classical num-
bers. In his second appearance he
offered two melodious Swedish
songs of great charm. Mr. Lind-
gren's tone quality was strained at
times, but his interpretation was
excellent. Before several of his
numbers, the singer gave brief ex-
planations. These due to his

songs, and contributed greatly to
his interpreative powers.
Outstanding musical ability was
present in the violin solos of MisL
Smily Mutter. Fine technique and
a clear strong tone made the Sara-
satea nd Zigeunerweisen the event
of the evening. Her glissando was
perfectly executed and her har-
monies pure and certain. London-
derry Air showed, Miss Mutter's
tone mastery but would have been
more enjoyable as a seeond number
rather than a first. The accom-
paniments were too loud and some-!
times late, which proved a consider-
able handicap to the young artist
who is still under 20. In this light
of women violinists heard here-dur-
ing the past year, Miss Mutter
should hold no small place in this

JACKSON, O'BRINE FLY ABOVE will not meet Aug. 2,. to select the BADGER, KEELER, AND SELLEW
CROWD LARGER THAN new president of the University, CONFER WITH OFFICIALS
FETE FOR LINDY due to the inability of Regent Wal- OF COMMISSION
ter H. Sawyer, of Hillsdale, to re-
!the proposed meeting. Dr. Sawyer
Stock Model Curtiss Robin Passes is chairman of the presidential Organization Formed for Studying
251 Hour With Only Slight committee that is to make recom- New Methods Was Aided by
Hint of Trouble mendations to the board. Local Men Last Year
According to Regent Junius Beal.
(By Associated Press) of Ann Arbor, "no definite date has Prof. W. L. Badger of the depart-
ST. LOUIS, July 24.-Dale (Red) been set for the new meeting." ment of chemical engineering and
Jackson and Forest O'Brine have H. E. Keeler of the department of

The Regents of the University

iid. The young artist was very
Roels, Visitor Here From University well received by an audience that
of Utrecht, Is Publisher of insisted on an encore.
Many Books on Subject The concert presented a very
wecome variety of artistic talent
STUDIED UNDER MERCIER and musical material, barring of
course, the only ambitious effort,
This afternoon. at 5 o'clock in the Bohni Quartet, which was not
Natural Science Auditorium, Prof- important material, but the effort
essor F. M. Roels, visiting psychol- at variety left a desire unfulfilled
ogist from the University of Ut- for the genius of Miss Mutter.
recht, Holland, will lecture on "The
Biological Significance of Puberty."
Educated at Louvain under Car- P
dinal Mercier, who became so dis- OATS STEAMER
tinguished during the war, Prof.
Roel worked with Michotte in
psychology before taking charge of
the psychological laboratory at the M
University of Utrecht. While at I EMPHIS, Tenn., July 24.-A
Umodern speedboat and a Ghost of
Louvain, he became associated with a steamboat of 60 decades ago, to-
Prof. Aveling, eminent English night approached a halfway markI
psychologist, who is to speak here in the 1154 mile race up the Mis-
next week. sissippi river, from New Orleans to
The field of work which has con- St. Louis with honors almost even.
cerned Prof. Roels for some years( Dr. Louis LeRoy, Memphis sports-
and on which he has published sev- man, despite a serious setback
eral volumes, is the part of the thought she had a good fighting
movement in problems of percep-, chance to nose his bogie across the
tion. Although these works are finish line in faster time than that
published in Dutch and inaccessible of the packet, Robert E. Lee, whose
to English speaking students, they record, set in the famous race with
are used extensively in Europe and the Natchez, has stood unfettered
even in America by those familiar for 59 years.
with the language. His work has Songs lave been written around
often led him into the study of trying to beat the record of the
children and their development Robert E. Lee, and many an at-
which makes him a competent au- tempt has been made to do it, butC
thority to speak on the subject of the mark of , 3 days, 18 hours, 141
his choice. minutes, set by the Lee has become
Prof. Roels who i.. in Amerir ft in drritinnina~irnii --oA~

flown their St. Louis Robin longer,
than man has ever before remained
in the air in sustained flight con-,
tinued to cruise high above Lam-
bert-St. Louis field tonight theirI
eleventh night in the air. They had
set a new world endurance record
at 3:02 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
When they had been up 247 hours,
43 minutes, 32 seconds at 6:17
o'clock, they passed their 251st
hour aloft. Apparently less excit-
ed than the thousands who gather-
ed in the field below them for a
greater demonstration than whenj
Colonel Chas. A. Lindbergh re-
turned home to that same field af-
ter his epic New York to Paris
flight Jackson and O'Brine settled
down to the grind of testing their
endurance in cramped quarters,
against that of the motor of the'
airplane. To them the endurance
part of the flight had just begun.
Fly Orange Plane
Their plane is an orange colored

mechanical engineering and W. H.
i Sellew, assistant director of the
department of engineering research
of the University went to Chicago
on Tuesday, July 22, for a confer-
ence witht he officials of the Util-
itiesResearch commission of Chi-
Lawyer Emphasizes Necessity of cago in regard to the continuation
Obtaining Evidence Legaly, of certain investigations which
i Propriety of Warrants have been carried on in the labor-
atories of the department for this
NO STATUTE REGULATION commission and the making of final
i arrangements for the initiation of
Kiwanians were shown the twists new work.
and ramifications of criminal law The Utilities Research commis-
at their meeting Monday noon at Sion is an organization or the pro-
Masonic temple, when Prof. John motion of industrial research
B. Waite of the law school spoke the interests of the Chicago, NorTh
on various phases of the criminal Shore and Milwaukee railroad com-
code. pany, Chicago Rapid Transit con-
Professor Waite related several pany, Commonwealth Edison com-
interesting anecdotes illustrating pany, Midwest Utilities company,
the difficulties which police face in Northern Indiana Public Service
bringing criminals to trial. He company, Public Service company
told of a mail robbery in which C+ of Northern Illinois, and Peoples'
mail clerk was killed, and said that Gas, Light, and Coke company.
although the police knew who com- Three different research projects
mitted the crime, they could not wereu ndertaken 'for the commis-
prosecute because the evidence was sion by ' th department of engi-

stock model Curtiss-Robin mono- obtained illegally.
plane-powered by a Challander "All arrests illegally made auto-
motor. Major William B. Robert- matically nullify the evidence pro-
son, president of the Curtiss Rob- cured from them," Prof. Waite
in Airplane company, which is said. "Warrants cannot be obtain-
sponsoring the flight, has ordered ed to search places merely to ob-
the flyers to remain in sight of the tain evidence."
field now that their barograph Prof. Waite said that while there
probably has run down, is no law on the statute books
It is their intention to remain which says that illegal evidence
up until the motor gives out and cannot be used, this attitude is
they hope it will last three weeks. taken by the courts. This protects
However, notice that some me- the public against illegal arrests,
chanical difficulties had begun to he said.
arise was given today when the ! When asked by a club member
flyers dropped a note requesting for a comparison of crime in Eng-
rags with which to wipe oil from land and in this country, Prof.
the windshield. They wrote that Waite said that while the police
h d rth i il records in each countrv were about

neering research a year ago in
charge of Prof. C. Upthegrove, of
the department of chemical engi-
neering, Prof. W. P. Wood, of the
same department, and Prof. H.
Keeler, of the department of
mechanical engineering.
Arrangements have already been
made for the continuation of the
experimental work conducted by
Professors Upthegrove and Wood
and for additional investigation
which will be in charge of Profess-
ors W. L. Badger and W. L. McCabe
both of the department of chemic'


.scao a raui on up and down the is- a push roa wasb nrowg n over vlifl-lcI11flflfl iinuruirn
ate balance of the enormous mas- attend the International Congress sissippi. the windshield annoying them con- the same, the judicial system of the
ses which are components of mod- of Psychologists at New Haven in Dr. LeRoy who left New Orleans siderably. It was a leaky oil line United States was comparatively
edn iidustrial machinery, accord- August, was the Secretary of the at 3:04 p. m. Sunday was six hours that forced a sister plane, the Mis- weak. Prof. Waite declared that R TE OU f E A
ing to Prof. Stephen Timoshenko, last Congress which niet three ahead of the Lee time when the souri Robin, to land yesterday after he believed the attitude of the pub- U
Professor of Engineering Mechanics. years ago at Groenigen. bogie reached Greenville. having been up over 117 hours. NG lic in this country toward crime
in the Engineering College, in his. further mention was made of the was responsible for this weakness. Labor turnover rates for Michi-
lecture yesterday afternoon on "Re- BRITISH STEAMER Bremen Safe In Berth trouble. gan are higher than the average
search in Industrial Mechanics. STRIKES ICEBERG After Record Passage St. Louis Jubilates Waterman Will Lead rates for the whole United States,
The most notable example which Associated Press reports earlier in Mesoptamlia Dggg a survey recently completed by the
he discussed was the method of at- (By Associated Press) s(By Associated Press) the day yesterday, reported _t. University school of business ad-
mack emoy in g bnalaring thder WSINGTOeeN Jul 2-Thfir NEW YORK, July 23--The new Louis in a state of high jubilation. Through arrangements complet- ministration discloses. The findings
mtorsf miant dgeeraos inbrdercollisionebetn ae tamshippg a queen of trans-Atlantic travel, the A city-wide celebration was plan- ed with the Toledo Museum of Art of the survey have been published
at high speeds. One of the chief lanes in the last 15 years was re- North German Lloyd liner Bremen ned for 2:01 p. i., central standard and the University, Prof. Leroy m "Michigan Business Studies," the
difficulties encountered in develop- ported early today in a message lay at her Brooklyn pier today after I time (3:01 eastern time), when the Waterman of the Semitics depart- official publication of the school,
ment of larger types of electric mo- to the coast guard headquarters a record-breaking maiden voyage plane was to equal the present met of the University and leader by o. W. Blackett, assistant pro-
tors and generators has been over- from its cutter Modoc, of the inter- from Cherbourg of four days, 17esortd mr.two studron 'ofuegy piesofatnetins Heerft osidb.
come by the use of tools. -,ational ice patrol. hours and 42 minutes. escorted by two squadrons of under the auspices of the two insti- However, after considerable study
_planes, was to circle the downtown tutions, will leave early next of figures gained with the aid of
section while factory whistles and month to continue the work for Metropolitan Life Insurance Co,
Broadening A tm osphere, Greater Econom y Am ong aerial bombs give noisy congratula- the third consecutive year, it was it was concluded that rates vary
Dormitories' Chief Advantages, States Miss Follmerl ";_ns.annunc'_o.0forregios.
The pilots expect to continue S rp
"of ved in the former," continued I sity-controlled dormitory can per- after the hour needed to definitel orer
"Though the organization ofvovdithesals anwrcr.AnteFm r M ichigan Stiudent s S rp
Miss Follmer. "Among these ad-! form as an agent of the state,' establish a new record. A note
League house owners has gone a vantages one might include the Miss Follmer observed, "is to re- dropped Monday night read: "Mo- Used In M arionette Sho ) D ram a
long way during recent years in broadening influence of contact duce the living expenses for women tor running fine. Both feeling good.
the providing of good living con- with a large number of women, a who come to Michigan, by virtue Just 22 hours until we start on an- When the Tatterman marionettes itative book on puppetry by Miss
ditions for women students, the first hand connection with the of the economies which a large or- other endurance flight. We don't are presented here next Monday Reighard, was published in August,
time for the dormitory has come, University both in regard to aca- ganization can effect. Private believe it is necessary to be "tough afternoon and night, July 29, they
and the main question which demic interests and extra-curri- householders cannot afford to re- hombres' to be endurance flyers." i same subject will be published in
should be of concern among Mich- cular activities, and a participation duce the present scale of room In another note they wished "you will use the dramatization of Rus- September.
igan students is just how this new in large social functions where stu- rents with the economic conditions all a merry Christmas and a happy kin's "King of the Golden River," Katherine Reighard was long
project can best serve the students dents can meet faculty members in Ann Arbor as they are. New Year." by Katherine Reighard, a for- noted hereabouts for her interest
who will come to Ann Arbor in the outside of the class rooms. An "If the University requires 1ll The flyers were cautioned Mon- mer Michigan undergraduate. Miss in dramatics, having organized a
future," Miss Marjorie E. Follmer, academic atmosphere, which can freshmen women to live in its dor- day by Maj. Albert Bond Lambert, Reighard received her A. B. from local Shakespeare club when 13
who will be women's editor of the obviously be maintained in dormi- mitories, the expenses become a official observer, to keep their log the University of Michigan in 1915, years of age. Her father, Prof. J.
Daily next year, said in an inter- tories, cannot be maintained in a question for serious consideration. carefully, and to renain within and then studied dramatics at Yale L. Reighard, retired two years ago
view yesterday. private house. These advantages The people who come to a large sight of ground observers. Maj. for a year under Professor Baker. after serving as head of the zoology
"Though the League houses have are significant only as they make university are determined by a Lambert pointed out that their She was the organizer and first department for 38 years. Miss Reig-
made it their aim to create an for opportunities for development selective process. This process barograph, which records whether president of Masques, a women's hard is in settlement dramatic
ideal atmosphere, the dormitory in individuals, a purpose which jus- should be one to determine intel- they have made a landing, has run dramatics organization which has work at the present time. She is
can offer many advantages which tifles the existence of all agents for lectual fitness for the University, down, making it necessary to ob- not been active for the past three concerned about the fact that
the Leaie hns ean not beca hio'hr 1earnin_ rather than finannial ninalifica- Itain ffiavit that thv remaindvners. . Mnues hs nscea r *t o' f ric,+


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